"should be priced at .90 (current price .15)" Apparently not. If what you say is true, a difference like that between the price and the value tells us something.
How easy do you think it is to convince people to allow a trial product to be used in their body? And then for the follow up exam a few days later?
I supposed that they will have to work with the FDA to set the parameters, define success and failure, and put a solid procedure and expectations on paper, then get FDA approval to begin.
It would seem to me that any surgery involved will have to be elective, so there is time to get all the paperwork and waivers done beforehand. First you have to convince a physician it's safe. Then you have find a patient who is willing, then convince them it is safe. Then you have to train the physician how to use the product, and then have a contingency device ready in the event of failure.
Do you think they just walk into a busy hospital, grab a surgeon and say 'here doc., try this"?
My bet is there is no way we can imagine how much BS and regulation is involved in dealing with the FDA on something like this.
My bet is that most of what you call "longs" were actually traders who were in it for the fast run up, and have now moved on. The reason for the overwhelming negative sentiment is probably because when it ran up, it attracted the shorts and they saw an opportunity to make fast cash, so they are trying to help the process.
I'm thinking about grabbing another 3 million shares when the pps hits .0005. That way, if it does go up a little, I get an exit point.
going to buy them out. $20 pps, here we come.
that Coca Cola will be buying HJOE?
A take off of the stupidity of questioning a potential buyout by Tobasco.
Tobasco will be buying or investing in HJOE? SMS is a distributor of hundreds of products, but somehow Tobasco has zeroed in on HJOE and wants to invest or buyout.
There are some real idiots connecting some dots that are nowhere near being in the same ball park.
You people are letting your losses cloud your thinking and are making idiots of yourselves.
then after they got our money, her services were no longer needed?
They can delete the post, but it will always be discoverable by subpoena. Also, if you get a post on the thread before it's deleted, you'll still be able to see it.
You should report it to the company. Companies are starting to sue people for that very thing, and winning.
Google Philip Marty Hicks and Revolutions Medical.
Recently an energy drink company filed suit against someone for their activity online.